Feb 12, 2013 3:00pm PST
south of big bear lake. we are thankful that this activity moved out of the city of big bear lake and away from the residents and tourists. >> bret: what is your thought about this? , mayor? i know this is a surprise. small community anyplace. but your thoughts as this man hunt has continueed? >> we are very relieved, now that the suspect has been flushed out. we have perfect faith in the ability of law enforcement to bring this to a successful conclusion. i don't think there is any doubt at this point that is what they are going to do. >> bret: where exactly is this cabin? is there just one road in and out of there? when they say it's closed off, is it really just one way in and out? >> well, there are three different highways in and out of the big bear area. this particular community is located on one of those highways, which is highway 38. so my understanding is that all of the highways are still closed to caution and i wouldn't be surprise if the other two open soon. >> bret: what the reaction of people you talk to around town and has the area cleared out? >> by "cleared out"
Feb 28, 2013 3:00pm PST
cities in south africa protected by high walls, topped with barbed wire, electrified fencing, moppered by camera and armed patrols. gated community outside the city are island of hope for security. you can see through this massive fence but don't climb over it. high voltage. this is aimed to keep the criminals at bay. >> we are looking at the security. >> johannesburg resident is typical of many here. her house has been targeted twice by intruders and so she installed elaborate security systems, high-tech alarms and closed circuit tv. >> even though we live in a suburb that is close there is always the fear. the criminals come from outside. >> there are hundreds of thousands of robberies, burglaries and other crimes a year. the murder rate in south africa is over six times that of the u.s. why do people feel so endangered. >> the proximity. in a place like johannesburg, you have very poor people living close to wealthy people. >> no, you are not looking at a war zone, afghanistan. this is one of the leafier suburbs of south africa, and these folks are part of a swat team on many securi